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2014

Bangley, Charles and Roger Rulifson. Observations on spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias) captured in late spring in a North Carolina estuary. F1000 Research Vol. 2014 No. 3, pp 198 (doi: 10.12688/f1000research.4890.l).

Bangley, Chuck. Fins off Hatteras: Research collaborations considers sharks. CoastWatch. North Carolina Seagrant. Winter, 2014.

Bangley, Chuck. Research in the Rulifson Lab. CoastWatch. North Carolina Seagrant. Winter, 2014. 

Dell'Apa, Andrea, M. Chad Smith and Mahealani Y. Kaneshiro-Pineiro. The influence of culture on the international management of shark finning. Environmental Management.  DOI: 10.1007/s00267-014-0291.1

Dell'Apa, Andrea, Jennifer Cudney-Burch, David G. Kimmel and Roger A. Rulifson. Sexual segregation of spiny dogfish in fishery-dependent surveys in Cape Cod, Massachusetts: Potential management benefits. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. Vol. 143 No. 4, pp 833-844.

Griffin, M.T., J.D. Edwards and T.R. Allen. Coastal impervious cover and watershed scale: Implications for environmental management, New Hanover County, North Carolina. International Journal of Applied Geospatial Research. [Accepted]

Hoekstra, Stephanie, Amy C. Nichols and Eve Gruntfest. How K-12 school districts and university officials anticipated and responded to National Weather Service tornado warnings. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters. Vol. 32 No. 2, pp 353-374. 

Khakzad, Sorna. The necessity of a common language for coastal and underwater cultural heritage. Journal of Anthropology and Archaeology. Vol. 2 No. 1, pp 17-31. 

Khakzad, Sorna. Underwater heritage sites on the way to world heritage: To ratify the 2001 convention or not to ratify? Journal of Anthropology and Archaeology. Vol. 2 No. 1, pp 1-16.

Klein, Wendy A. and Alex K. Manda. Comment on: Modeling and prediction of natural gas fracking pad landscapes in the Marcellus Shale region, U.S.A. by Qingming Meng. Landscape and Urban Planning - accepted.

Klein, Wendy A., Alex K. Manda and Michael T. Griffin. Refining management strategies for groundwater management. Hydrogeology Journal. DOI: 10.1007/s10040-014-1177-2. 

Manda, A.K., J.L. Heath, W.A. Klein, M.T. Griffin and B.E. Montz. Evolution of the multi-well pad development and influence of well pads on environmental violations and wastewater volumes in the Marcellus Shale (USA). Journal of Environmental Management. Vol. 142, pp 36-45.

Manda, A.K., S.M. Sisco, D.J. Mallinson, M.T. Griffin. Relative role and extent of marine and groundwater inundation on a dune-dominated barrier island under sea-level rise scenarios. Hydrological Processes. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10303. 

Manda, Alex K. and Wendy A. Klein. Rescuing degrading aquifers in the Central Coastal Plain of North Carolina (USA): Just process, effective groundwater management policy, and sustainable aquifers. Water Resources Research. Vol. 50 No. 7, pp 5662-5677. 

Munroe, Robert, Tom Crawford and Scott Curtis. Geospatial analysis of space-time patterning of ENSO forced daily precipitation distributions in the Gulf of Mexico. The Professional Geographer. Vol. 66 No. 1, pp 91-101.

Paterson, Shona K., David K. Loomis and Sarah E. Young. The human dimensions of changing shorelines along the U.S. north Atlantic coast. Coastal Management. Vol. 42 No. 1, pp 17-35.

 

 

 
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2013
Crawford, Thomas W., Daniel J. Marcucci and Andrew Bennett. Impacts of a residential development on vegetation cover for a remote coastal barrier in the Outer Banks of North Carolina, USA. Journal of Coastal Conservation. DOI 10.1007/s11852-013-0241-8.

Dell'Apa, Andrea, Jeffrey C. Johnson, David G. Kimmel and Roger A. Rulifson. The international trade and fishery management of spiny dogfish: A social network approach. Ocean & Coastal Management. Vol. 80, pp 65-72.

Griffin, M.T. and B.E. Montz, J.S. Arrigo. Evaluating climate change induced water stress: A case study of the Lower Cape Fear Basin, NC. Applied Geography. Vol. 40, pp 115-128.

Dermody, Michael, Calvin Mires and Christine Russel. Raising Wilmington's forgotten fleet: Transforming "eyesores" into history with mobile video technology -- a pilot study for a maritime heritage trail at Eagles Island Ships' Graveyard. Book chapter contributed to Springer: The Archaeology of Watercraft Abandonment.

Kain, D.J. and M.P. Covi. Visualizing complexity and uncertainty about climate change and sea level rise. Communication Design Quarterly Vol. 1, Iss. 3, pp 46-52.

Loomis, David K. and Shona K. Paterson. The human dimensions of coastal ecosystem services: Managing for social values. Ecological Indicators. October 25, DOI: org/10.1016/j.ecolind.2013.09.035. 

Patel, Rohan, Jessica Bingham, Shauna Daniel, Sarah Watkins-Kenney and Anthony Kennedy. Conservation of waterlogged finds. Chapter contributed to Springer Global Encyclopaedia for Archaeology.

Steinmetz, Joyce. Side-wheel paddle steamer Admiral DuPont, 1847-1865: Identification, history and structural integrity. ACUA Underwater Archaeology Proceedings 2012, pp 109-115.

 

 
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2012

Covi, Michelle. Storm practices: Lessons learned from Hurricane Irene. CoastWatch. North Carolina Sea Grant, Autumn 2012

Covi, Michelle. Plymouth prepares for the future: Flooding threats in a changing climate. CoastWatch. North Carolina Sea Grant, Spring 2012.

Dell'Apa, Andrea, David G. Kimmel, Simona Clo. Trends of fish and elasmobranch in Italy: Associated management implications. ICES Journal of Marine Science. Vol. 69, No. 6, pp 1045-1052.

Dell'Apa, Andrea, Lisa Schiavinato, Roger A. Rulifson. The Magnuson-Stevens Act (1976) and its reauthorizations: Failure or success for the implementation of fishery sustainability and management in the US? Marine Policy. Vol. 36, No. 3, pp 673-680.

Harris, Lynn, Jennifer Jones, Kate Schnitzer. Monuments in the desert: A maritime landscape in Namibia. Journal of Maritime Archaeology. Vol. 7, No. 1, pp 111-140.

Khakzad, Sorna, Koen Van Balen. Complications and effectiveness of in situ preservation methods for underwater cultural heritage sites. Journal of Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites. Vol. 14, No. 1-4, pp 69-78.

Paterson, Shona, Sarah Young, David K. Loomis, William Obenour. Resource attributes that contribute to nonresident diver satisfaction in the Florida Keys, USA. Tourism in Marine Environments. Vol. 8, No. 1, pp 47-60.

Steinmetz, Joyce. Side-wheel paddle steamer Admiral DuPont, 1847-1865: Identification, history and structural integrity. ACUA Underwater Archaeology Proceedings. pp 109-115.

Patel, Rohan, Jessica Bingham, Shanna Daniel, Sarah Watkins-Kenney and Anthony Kennedy. The determination of polyethylene glycol and water in archaeological wood using infrared spectroscopy and stepwise multiple linear regression. International Journal of Conservation Science. Vol. 3, No. 1, pp 3-10.

Watkins-Kenney, Sarah, Fleur Shearman and Hayley Bullock. Grave goods: Object conservation. In Parfitt, Keith and Trevor Anderson (editors) Bucland Anglo-Saxon Cemetery, Canterbury, Dover, Excavations 1994, Archaeology of Canterbury Monograph Series, Vol. VI. Canterbury Archaeological Trust, Canterbury, UK.

Kenney, John M., Fletcher B. O'Cain, Sarah Watkins-Kenney and Anthony Kennedy. Quantative evidence of sugar hydrolysis in wood artifact conservation. In Kristiane Straetkvern and Emily Williams (editors), Proceedings of the 11th ICOM-CC Group on Wet Organic Archaeological Materials Conference, Greenville, NC, 2010. International Council of Museums, Committee for Conservation Working Group on Wet Organic Archaeological Materials, pp 355-358. Williamsburg, VA, USA.

Kennedy, Anthony, Jessica Bingham, Rohan Patel, Sanjana Vasnai, Sarah Watkins-Kenney and Shanna Daniel. Mapping PEG diffusion into waterlogged wood samples. In Kristiane Straetkvern and Emily Williams (editors) Proceedings of the 11th ICOM-CC Group on Wet Organic Archaeological Materials Conference, Greenville, NC, 2010. International Council of Museums, Committee for Conservation Working Group on Wet Organic Archaeological Materials, pp 163-166. Williamsburg, VA, USA.